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Africa's most dangerous animals

With some of the most impressive animals on the planet, Africa is a once-in-a-lifetime wildlife experience.
26 September 2011


Accessible wilderness in Alaska’s largest city

Anchorage is mostly made up of wilderness, with easy ways to reach nature in the raw and opportunities to test the survival skills of its visitors.
Read more… 22 September 2011


Anchorage’s non-urban adventure

Several natural areas inside the city’s limits walking, cycling and ski trails that range from light strolls to strenuous treks.
22 September 2011


World's greatest animal migrations

Humans are not the only ones on the move. Be awed by great animal migrations of every size, from butterflies to elephants.
21 September 2011


The Great Fairbanks pub paddle

This cherished local tradition takes you from Pioneer Park on down the Chena River to some of the town’s best riverfront pubs.
Read more… 20 September 2011


Finding 'friluftsliv' in Norway

Translated as “open-air living”, friluftsliv makes perfect sense in Norway’s natural splendour. Locals give their take on the passion.
Read more… 23 August 2011


Mountains you can climb without a porter

From Egypt to South Africa to California, these eight hikes are difficult enough to challenge you and beautiful enough to be worth the climb.
Read more… 22 August 2011


A trip down the Danube River

The Danube is Europe's second-longest river, and arguably its most romantic. Take a trip down the entire picturesque length of the river, from Austria to Romania.
19 August 2011


Lost in paradise

A former Eagle Scout hiking around California’s Lake Tahoe makes an emergency exit.
Read more… 18 August 2011


Sights of Southwest USA

America’s greatest road trip takes in mountains and monuments, complete isolation and the madness of Las Vegas.
16 August 2011


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